|Blinds||200,000 / 400,000|
Michel Molenaar was all in for 200,000 from middle position against Max Deveson from one seat over.
The board came and Molenaar doubled up with sevens and threes.
Tomasz Pajak was all in from the hijack for 1,400,000 against Roberto Silvani who was in the cutoff.
The runout was and Pajak doubled up with his pair of kings.
Ramon Miquel Munoz open-shoved 2,140,000 from the cutoff, Michel Molenaar came over the top on the button and the others folded.
Ramon Miquel Munoz:
The board ran out and Miquel spiked his king to leave Molenaar on fumes.
Raed Alawadhi opened from middle position and Ari Engel called from the big blind.
The dealer spread a flop of and Engel checked. Alawadhi bet 225,000 and Engel check-called. The turn came the and both players opted to check it to the river. Engel moved all in, and Alawadhi with about 1,100,000 behind, gave it some thought but then let it go.
Sorin Flutur raised to 160,000 from under the gun, Cyril Monbrun-Massot three-bet shoved 300,000 from the cutoff and Flutur flung in the few extra chips.
Monbrun-Massot came up short during the rundown and became the first one to leave the final two tables.
|Table||Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|1||4||Anthony Zinno||United States||2,800,000||35|
|1||6||Ramon Miquel Munoz||Spain||2,035,000||25|
|1||8||Max Deveson||United Kingdom||4,700,000||59|
|2||4||Danny Bao||United States||1,000,000||13|
On a flop reading , Alencar checked and Flutur bet 150,000. Alencar check-raised to 450,000 and Flutur three-bet to 1,000,000. Alencar moved all in for about 2,000,000 and Flutur made the call.
Alencar had flopped two pair but Flutur had flopped a straight. The turn and river completed the board and Flutur took down the pot, sending Alencar to the rail in 17th place for €20,500.
After defending his big blind, Max Deveson check-called bets of 200,000 and 455,000 on an board against Roberto Silvani before the river went check/check.
Deveson showed for a set, while Silvani flashed an .